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Highlights of Readers Digest India magazine, August 2015 India now has the world’s highest number of English speakers, but in these days of texting and Twitter, using the language correctly and elegantly seems to have taken a back seat. Even so, if you paid attention to how you speak and write, you have a winning edge at job interviews, meetings, even for a promotion. Our August cover story "How to Sound Smarter" explains common English-language mistakes you can avoid and get ahead. Cartoonists from the world over celebrated the comic genius of Charlie Chaplin through their drawings of him, which were recently exhibited in Mumbai. Enjoy some of those drawings reprinted in our "Art & Culture" section. Read "The Jam Maker of Bhuira," an inspiring story of an English lady who empowers women in a Himachal hamlet. Other highlights of the August issue include an interview with Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com's founder, "Words of Lasting Interest" from Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's autobiography, and "Living With a Special Child." Our humour sections are here as always to light up your month. Test your knowledge of the year 1947 with our Independence Day special quiz.

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